Utica Estate Planning Lawyer
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Estate Planning Law Basics: Planning for the transfer of your assets in anticipation of death, can be fraught with a host of difficulties. The law surrounding estate planning, including real and personal property, wills and trusts, taxes may vary from state to state. The Utica lawyer(s) at Estate Planning Law Center answer your important questions, on video, about estate planning law in New York. For answers to your legal questions about Estate Planning Law, click on a question below, or to contact Estate Planning Law Center about Estate Planning Law issues, use the form below or call (315) 849-1516.
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Law Firm InfoEstate Planning Law Center
555 French Road
New Hartford, New York 13412
About Our Firm
At the Estate Planning Law Center we're not just attorneys helping clients, we are attorneys helping attorneys and other professionals. Our founder, David J. Zumpano, has trained thousands of attorneys, financial advisors, and health care professionals locally and across the United States on how to support and help their clients protect what they have worked a lifetime for.
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The New York lawyer(s) at Estate Planning Law Center offer their Estate Planning Lawservices to residents of Utica and other communities in Onondaga County, Oneida County, Broome County, Monroe County, Erie County, Niagara County, Madison County, Lewis County, Oswego County, Cortland County, Tompkins County, Jefferson County, Herkimer County, Montgomery County, Fulton County, Otsego County, Chenango County, Schenectady County, and Saratoga County.